byCharles Amirkhanian, Richard Friedman & Anthony Gnazzo
This incurably bizarre program, somewhat reminiscent of John Cage's Indeterminacy, begins with "I had a hankering to shoot pins at Bartok." It features a mix of pre-recorded electronic and radio drama sound sources mixed with tape delay under readings of experimental texts by Charles Amirkhanian read by Carol Law, Anthony J. Gnazzo and Amirkhanian himself. Performed live in the KPFA studios, the writing is influenced by William Burroughs, Clark Coolidge, and Fluxus happenings artists... favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Sound poetry, Anthony Gnazzo, Richard Friedman, Carol Law, Charles Amirkhanian, Fluxus,...
Charles Amirkhanian talks with one of New York City’s finest, composer Philip Corner, longtime stalwart of the avant-garde music and art scene in Lower Manhattan. Corner studied briefly with Olivier Messiaen in Paris in 1955, and in 1958 at the New School for Social Research he attended John Cage’s class which included such distinguished budding artists as Allan Kaprow, George Brecht, Dick Higgins, and others who would make their marks in the lively East Village scene of the 1960s. An... Topics: KPFA-FM, Morning Concert series, Interview, Music, Philip Corner, New music, Minimal music,...